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on November 20, 2010
Picture puzzles can be entertaining, intriguing and sometimes frustrating. As well, for our children, they represent a marvelous opportunity for cognitive development - especially when enjoyed with a chatty adult. Apart from noticing very small details, the discussion that will accompany a book like Can You See What I See? Treasure Ship is not-to-be missed. Walter Wick challenges his young readers to discover all sorts of wonderful words that they aren't likely to encounter unless an adult is part of the experience. So, come aboard, explore the bounty and share these vocabulary treasures: saber, peacock, hourglass, tattered, bugle and more.
Note: the publisher provided a review copy of this book.